The rise of AI in education has fueled early-stage deals in the education market, according to Reach Capital’s Tony Wan.
The nonprofit’s directors said they concluded the organization was “not sustainable long-term.”
Public and private organizations have set cybersecurity guidelines for ed-tech companies, in an effort to shift some of burden for policing away from districts.
SchoolNow, formerly known as Campus Suite, offers districts a way to manage a mobile apple, website, notifications, social media, and a live feed through one platform.
Outlier.org, founded by MasterClass co-founder Aaron Rasmussen, has raised more than $46 million in venture capital since it was founded in 2018.
Elected officials are calling for new funding for schools with few policy specifics attached to that money.
This year’s National Educational Technology Plan focuses on three distinct types of digital divides.
The number of courses designed to teach AI skills has boomed on the online platform Udemy since the release of ChatGPT.
In an effort to expand in the workforce development arena, ETS has acquired the occupational certification and licensing company PSI.
A survey of company leaders by the Ed-Tech Leadership Collective found that education companies are not devoti likely to focus on nurturing diverse internal talent than overall employee retention.